Pictures of church, ready for occupancy, inside and outside.

We await approval by the city, while the temple stands ready in every way for worship. We have a big meeting June 8th, which will decide if we get occupancy that week, or not perhaps for months. Pictures of the outside and inside of our very beautiful little temple.

 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/saint-nicholas/sets/72157624032408471/


0-05-26-sanctuary-chandelier-on

052410-02

0-05-26-front-looking-from-the-n

Share

6 Responses to “Pictures of church, ready for occupancy, inside and outside.”

  1. EMW says:

    You have accomplished a wonderful church, for the glory of God.
     

  2. Christopher says:

    Glory to Jesus Christ!
    It looks beautiful, Father, and ready.  Your parish, the people, have done a fantastic job.
    As for the inspection, our Lord said "Render unto Caesar that which is Caesar's, and not a penny more".
    I might have added that last part.  Don't let 'em push you around,
    Seriously, that has the makings of a great parish church.  I'll pray for you. 
    Chris
     

  3. Shou'Shou says:

    To Fr. Seraphim and friends at Saint Nicholas,
    Your joy and your presence will be much missed at your former "home" in Dallas.
    ?? ??????????? ??? ??????? ? ????? ????? ????.
    Prayers are being said for your meeting June 8th:  ????-????, ??????? ???? ??????!
     
    ??????? 29:11 (Russian Synodal Version)
    11??? [??????] ? ???? ?????????, ????? ???? ? ???, ??????? ???????, ????????? ?? ?????, ? ?? ?? ???, ????? ???? ??? ?????????? ? ???????.
     
    Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV)
    For I know the plans I have for you, declares the LORD, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.

  4. wow! looks like a million dollars! beautiful!

  5. David says:

    It's the fulfillment of a dream.
     
    David A.

  6. Mary says:

    It's so beautiful – we are so happy for you all and many prayers are going up for the red tape to disappear and for you to begin worshipping in your beautiful temple.  We love you and miss you – Phillips family in Longview.

Leave a Reply